NAFOPHANU

NAFOPHANU

NAFOPHANU

NAFOPHANU is the national umbrella organization for PLHIV in Uganda and (currently) mobilizes, supports and coordinates (110 district forums and 13) national networks of PLHIV for effective service delivery. We do Community engagement and mobilization, Advocacy, Resource mobilization, Capacity and Partnerships building and Information sharing, and livelihood support to ensure that PLHIV live quality and productive lives in a sustainable manner and effectively contribute to the national HIV&AIDS response.

Active in these partnerships / programs / projects:

Project 17 April 2018

GUSO Flexi

GUSO Flexi implements an innovative business model (Healthy Entrepreneurs) in th...
Project 17 April 2018

Sparked Women: Local Business Solutions for Better Health

The Sparked Women project aims to reduce new HIV infections among young women in...
Project 17 April 2018

GUSO Uganda NAFOPHANU

This project aims to improve the sexual and reproductive health and rights of yo...
Project 17 April 2018

PITCH adolescent girls and young women Uganda UNYPA

As part of the PITCH project in Uganda, UNYPA will raise awareness among adolesc...
Project 17 April 2018

PITCH adolescent girls and young women Uganda ICWEA

As part of the PITCH project in Uganda, ICWEA will build on previous work relate...
Project 17 April 2018

Towards an AIDS free generation in Uganda (TAFU2)

This community-based program will trace children living with HIV, who are not ye...
Project 17 April 2018

PITCH adolescent girls and young women Uganda NAFOPHANU

As part of the PITCH project in Uganda, NAFOPHANU will raise awareness among ado...
Project 22 June 2018

PITCH Sex Work Uganda WONETHA

WONETHA, the Women's Organisation Network for Human Rights Advocacy, works on st...
Project 02 April 2021

Paediatric HIV Breakthrough Partnership

The Breakthrough Partnership is a 3 year commitment to end paediatric HIV in reg...

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